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Explaining Google's Wireless Strategy

Google is reportedly moving ahead with an experimental wireless network, which would encompass its Mountain View, Calif., headquarters. Say analysts, the move “could portend the creation of dense and superfast Google wireless networks in other locations that would allow people to connect to the Web using their mobile devices,” The Wall Street Journal’s Digits blog reports. The search giant is also planning an open wireless network around its New York City headquarters.

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